The Brickhouse Inn
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The plan for today was to get close to nature, and we were largely successful. We started the day at the Alligator River Wildlife Preserve where we took a 3 hour guided canoe trip down the river and through the canals. It was very warm but it was a lovely and calm trip along the river. We were told that there was a lot of wildlife to see on the …
Forest Gump country me thinks but if they have shrimp what the heck . After camping in the Lumber river state park we head for a spot of luxury in the Brick house inn , Columbia , North Carolina , a lovely little quiet fishing town . Cool room , soft bed and hot shower .
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Up before 7 as the warm …
Late starting the blog today the remote Alligator River and the long canal attached had no cell service so no internet. Not sure if I mentioned how we are getting all the. Internet we bought a US phone and buy 3 gigs of data as needed, it's through Verizon and I have to say it's great...The American cell system is way better than In Canada and way less money...geesh come in Canada :-)
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Monday morning we woke up a little earlier and got all packed up and took off at about 9. We headed to Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge for our kayaking tour with Kitty Hawk Kites and we had to be there by 10. Driving through the refuge on US-64, we turned onto Buffalo City Road. It was pretty easy to find as there is a sign before the turn. Driving down this road, I couldn’t help but think the ...
... a little too quick for me to get a good picture. Far across the wetland, we could see some juvenile bald eagles perched in a tree. We spent quite some time here getting photos of the birds, despite the bitter cold. When we were done, we continued on Headquarters Road to the refuge office. Even here, there were great birding opportunities. We same some black-crowned night herons hiding in the trees above our heads and ...